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The testes were taken out and then withdrawn to place the emulsion in the funiculus spermaticus.
The projection seen at the base of the funiculus was considered as an obturator.
The syndrome is characterized by motor paralysis at and below the level of the spinal cord injury due to interruption of the corticospinal tract that courses through the lateral funiculus of the spinal cord, while sensory paralysis occurs on the opposite side when either half of the spinal cord is disrupted.
Funiculus umbilicalis suis (cordon umbilical de Wharton Sulze) Lesiones del tejido conjuntivo Embryo suis (embrion) Para la revitalizacion en fases celulares Placenta suis (placenta) Trastornos circulatorios.
Another experimental study suggests that kyphotic angle leads to flattening of the cord over the deformity thereby causing demyelination of anterior funiculus, neuronal loss and atrophy of anterior horn and decreased vascularity at the ventral side of compressed spinal cord [12].
The ovule of this species has fusioned funiculus that gives rise to the edible part of the fruit (Flores & Engleman, 1976).
A system of rat spinal cord lamina 1 cells projecting through the contralateral dorsolateral funiculus.
On its way, the pollen tube penetrates the stigmatic surface, is then guided through the stigma and style and placenta, grows onto the funiculus, and finally enters the micropyle of the ovule for double fertilization (Figures 1 and 3A).
5, Table 1); stalks glossy yellowish brown, broad apical parts blackish; funiculus uniformly brown; IVB very small, about 0.
Esta palabrota, como nos lo explica Corominas en su Breve Diccionario Etimologico de la Lengua Castellana, proviene del latin funiculus, de funis, 'cuerda', y el sufijo culus, 'pequeno': cordoncito o cuerdecita.
The spinal cord up to C1 showed marked Wallerian degeneration of the peripheral white matter from the median fissure, which extended along the ventral funiculus up to the most dorsal section of the lateral funiculus.
For example, Yamashita et al suggested that the extent of vacuolation of the dorsal funiculus was in the order of lignocaine=tetracaine >bupivacaine >ropivacaine (2).